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upcoming concerts:

15. March 2014 - Kultur Bahnhof Affoltern


 


RELEASE (august 2012):
30-min trip through doomy, psychedelic and hypnotic landscapes. Relax, take in and trip!

SNARF:
arrak bisa ular


...stream now:
...or better:
Order the new release @ acoustic desaster records (limited)
http://www.acousticdesasterrecords.ch.vu/

"...this is what you need to end your gloomy autumnal day. A dark, hypnotic, slower than it gets doom trip. Add a generous portion of serious fuzzy bass lines, a skull crushing guitar, lazy 'n' heavy drumming, some sinful languid vocal invocations and you're ready to go."
downtunedmag.net

"...if you were to ask me to describe Arrak Bisa Ular in one sentence, I would answer, "A prolonged sense of paranoia". The recording is a thirty minute "monster-piece" that slowly winds in and out of dark caverns and underground pools of stagnat water. The entire experience is haunting and eerie, a psychadelic drone-er, and the only thing fuzzy is the bass line. The lyrics are soft sung and accompany plenty of bone-chilling reverb and distrortion. All which become a venom, gradually running through the blood of your veins ending in state of paralysis..."
heaveyplanet.net

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SPECIAL RELEASE:
exerpts from session #050911

SNARF:
last house on the left: session #050911


download the session for free:

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[zip-file; 37 mb]
"...Allen Tracks gemein ist ein abstrakter, fast unnahbarer Charakter von erstaunlicher Schönheit." by Bernd Sievers
ECLIPSED-MAGAZIN Nr. 140


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SNARF: CRYPTID
(24 min.; released summer 2011)



download CRYPTID for free:

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"...band to burn one to (morning buzz)!
These three dudes from Switzerland simply known as Snarf play slowwww..., sleepy, lethargic music that will not wake you up anytime soon. Interesting stops and starts, a lot of cymbal work and a warm fuzzy bass line are used to set the mood. Eerie touches of doom are complimented by spooky effects and a chilling twangy guitar. Soft lazy vocals add to the tripped out murkiness."

heavyplanet.net